https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie/derniere-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie /last-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png 30 The situation on the map Agrandir The context Live animated by Alexandre Priam Cover image: Le Razoni, photographed off the coast of Istanbul in Turkey. YASIN AKGUL / AFP Three boats loaded with a total of more than 58,000 tons of corn are expected to leave their respective ports on Friday morning. Two of the ships will leave from Chornomorsk, in the south of the country, and the third from Odessa, like the Razoni, which left this port on Monday with the first load of cereals exported by Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion, February 24. The three new shipments are bound for Karasu, Turkey, Ringaskiddy, Ireland, and Teesport, UK. The European Union (EU) on Thursday (4 August) imposed sanctions against the ex-pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych for his alleged role in the security threat to Ukraine. He presided over Ukraine from February 2010 to February 2014, then was overthrown by a popular uprising against the turn taken by his government, which had moved closer to Moscow. The EU believes that the former president, who lives in Russia, still plays “a role in undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine”. in southern Ukraine described the situation on the ground as “tense” and claimed that Moscow had “begun to gather forces to attack in the direction of Kryvyi Rih”. This steel town, where Volodymyr Zelensky grew up, is about 50 kilometers from the southern front line of the country. The United Nations (UN) has launched an investigation into the explosions in Olenivka prison which, on July 29, had caused several dozen deaths. Ukraine and Russia have both called for this investigation. In the United States, the Senate approved, on Wednesday, a resolution ratifying the protocols of accession of Finland and Sweden to the Treaty Organization of North Atlantic (NATO), after the historic decision of these two countries to give up their neutrality because of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Of the thirty members of the Alliance, twenty-three have already approved this decision. The return to Russia of a Siemens turbine essential to the operation of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline is “impossible” because of the sanctions, says Gazprom. The Europeans accuse Moscow of using this as a pretext to delay the return of this turbine and further reduce its gas deliveries. Switzerland, which has many refineries to recycle and melt down gold bars, has in turn banned ‘to buy, import or transport gold and gold products from Russia’. Turkish, Russian and Ukrainian experts inspected, on Wednesday, near Istanbul, the ship carrying the first cargo of grain exported by Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion. The freighter then continued on its way to Lebanon, entering the northern entrance to the Bosphorus in the early afternoon. Find our live from yesterday here. Read all our articles, analyzes and reports on the war in Ukraine Reportage. Storing or exporting at a loss, the dilemma of Ukrainian farmers Analysis. Gerhard Schröder, former German Chancellor, returns from Russia without mea culpa Factual. The operator Eutelsat cuts the broadcast of a fourth Russian television channel, at the request of Arcom Factual. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz paves the way for continued operation of nuclear power plants Testimonials. “If your city is not busy, can you afford to drink wine on the terrace or go to a party? » : the diary of two Ukrainian sisters Factual. Azov regiment: Russia classifies the Ukrainian battalion as a “terrorist organization” The map of the war in Ukraine, day by day
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